Portuguese One Pot Chicken and Potatoes

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  • on February 16, 2014

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    This was OK, but not spectacular. It is one of those dishes that needs to braise or have additional savory/deep elements added to achieve a stronger depth of flavor. Otherwise, it's a bit bland. I added tomato paste, red wine, some roasted red peppers and black olives.

    The cooking time given didn't give sufficient time for the potatoes to soften. We chose to simmer for an additional 30 min to deepen the flavor.

    We might make this again, but there are other dishes that seem more tempting.

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  • on February 03, 2014

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    Another home run! If my child won't eat it, it doesn't make it into the rotation. He ate pretty his whole bowl and said it was ok to eat left overs later this. Thanks for the permission??? I'd probably add more chorizo, I LOVE Chorizo! Plus I'd probably add more tomatos, but otherwise, so yummy!

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  • on June 22, 2013

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    I always like to make things as written before I experiment, but sometimes you make do with what you have! I substituted 2 cups of pinot noir for the sherry and chicken stock, because I had neither sherry, chicken stock, nor the standard substitute of dry white wine. I also added carrot for extra veg, and I chopped up the celery leaves instead of parsley... and it still tasted fantastic. Super simple, super quick, super delicious. Definitely being made again.

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  • on February 09, 2012

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    I loved this recipe, however, I substituted the chorizo for Lenguica and double the amount. I added a little more of all the ingredients and added carrots. This recipe is even better the next day!

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  • on January 08, 2012

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    Easy recipe, great flavor. I substituted Turkey Kielbasa for the chorizo because I had some in the fridge already. The flavors married well and we thoroughly enjoyed this meal. I can see making this again and ladling this stew over whole wheat couscous or brown rice. It is a winner!

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